Sword of Kings (The Last Kingdom Series, nr. 12)

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Uhtred of Bebbanburg is a man of his word.An oath bound him to King Alfred. An oath bound him to Æthelflaed. And now an oath will wrench him away from the ancestral home he fought so hard to regain.

For Uhtred has sworn that on King Edward's death, he will kill two men. And now Edward is dying.A violent attack drives Uhtred south with a small band of warriors, and headlong into the battle for kingship. Plunged into a world of shifting alliances and uncertain loyalties, he will need all his strength and guile to overcome the fiercest warrior of them all.

As two opposing Kings gather their armies, fate drags Uhtred to London, and a struggle for control that must leave one King victorious, and one dead. But fate - as Uhtred has learned to his cost - is inexorable. Wyrd bið ful araed.

And Uhtred's destiny is to stand at the heart of the shield wall once again...

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ISBN-13: 9780008183905
ISBN-10: 0008183902
Pagini: 334
Dimensiuni: 152 x 235 x 33 mm
Greutate: 0.52 kg
Editura: HarperCollins Publishers
Seria The Last Kingdom Series


“Historical adventure on a grand scale.”
“Nobody does the Saxon period better than Cornwell, and readers will find themselves happily immersed in the muck, mire, and machinations of the Early Middle Ages.”